Tag Archive: Original Can of Beans

O.C.B Pathtag Makes Its Debut

Corrine Pressnell of the Aussie Pathtag Club is full of beans today …

A few hours ago, she publicly unveiled the first official Original Can of Beans pathtag, finally revealing the design chosen by Jeff Holliday (Team360) to represent his iconic stash item.

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Geo-News: Beans, Bears & Hearty Bravos

Keeping you briefed on the official O.C.B pathtag, Estonia’s first geocoin and New Zealand’s latest Geocaching.com reviewer.

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On The Trail Of An (Almost) Original Slingshot

Benjamin Louws is missing a vital piece of geocaching equipment – a slingshot. Obviously, this isn’t your everyday geo-kitbag item – unless, like the Australian geocacher, you’re trying to create a near “museum-quality” replica of the first cache, Dave Ulmer‘s Original Stash (GCGV0P). Louws (GC handle: The Talent) has spent the last six months researching …

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New Path For Original Can Of Beans

Geocaching’s first trade item – the Original Can of Beans – will soon have its second official trading item. O.C.B caretaker Jeff Holliday is planning to release his first pathtag celebrating the can of beans he recovered from the site of Dave Ulmer’s Original Stash in Beavercreek, Oregon back in 2003. And he’s chosen the …

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OX Loyalty Scheme On The Cards?

Fancy yourself as a card-carrying OpenCacher? So does Jeff Holliday (OX handle: Team360). The Arizona resident – and caretaker of geocaching’s first trade item, the Original Can of Beans aka TBGJAA  – has posted the idea on the forums of Garmin’s own listing site, even going as far as to include this mock-up of such a loyalty card. …

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Bean Here, Done That? Possible OCB Visit

Would you help pay A$10,000 for a dented, unlabelled can of beans? Australia’s James Parr is hoping your answer is yes, considering that tin is the Original Can of Beans. The magazine publisher and webstore owner has this week begun a campaign to bring the ‘Holy Grail’ of geocaching to Australia – and possibly New Zealand …

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